Of all the MBS' products, Solomon is apparently the purest in terms of a standard Microsoft technology stack, and without any proprietary additions. Furthermore, its sharp focus solely on Microsoft technology from ground up, coined in ''the power of one'' motto (one OS platform - Windows XP/NT/2000, one database platform - MS SQL Server, one development environment - MS Visual Basic, etc.), also presents an attractive, risk-adverse option for penny-pinching mid-market customers. Solomon IV has consequently been very competitive in speed of implementation, feasibility of customization, total cost of ownership (TCO), and price/performance ratio.
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as labor, travel, and materials for detailed analysis, and it maintains two revised budgets (EAC and forecast at competition (FAC)). Like in all other modules, data is viewable on-line and can be drilled-down from the report summary level to the individual transactions that make up the summary figures, as well as create graphs and export data to Microsoft Excel. The T&E module features costing methods and labor classifications that are designed to accommodate government, project, and billing